What we feed our Bengal Cats

What we feed our Bengal Cats

Whilst we live rural, we're fortunate to have a Pet food shop a short drive away which specialize in raw feeding. 'Pet Mince Direct' have stores in Plainland (our local store), Ipswich and Ripley (all in SE QLD)

All our adult Bengals are fed 'MEOW CHOW - BEEF AND CHICKEN' from Pet Mince Direct.

MEOW CHOW - BEEF AND CHICKEN is a complete meal that has been formulated to NRC standards for Adult Cats. It uses 100% Human Grade ingredients.
The cost if you buy in 10Kg lots is $10 per kilogram, which s good value, considering the ingredients & the time saved by being able to buy ready made and not having to prepare yourself from scratch. All our adults took to it almost straight away and are doing well on the food.


-Chicken Meat
-Chicken Bone + Cartilage
-Beef Meat
-Green Lipped Mussels
-Chicken Heart
-Beef Heart
-Beef Liver
-Chicken Liver
-Whole eggs
-Lamb Tongues
-Lamb Kidney
-Vitamin E
-Complex B Vitamins

We also use ZIWI wet food. ZIWI Peak wet cat food recipe features up to 97% meat, organs, seafood and bone—all ethically and sustainably sourced from New Zealand.
As an example, the 'Wet Mackerel & Lamb' variety contains:

Mackerel, Water Sufficient for Processing, Lamb, Lamb Lung, Chickpeas, Lamb Tripe, Lamb Heart, Lamb Kidney, Lamb Liver, New Zealand Green Mussel, Lamb Bone, DL-Methionine, Dried Kelp, Minerals (Magnesium Sulfate, Zinc Amino Acid Complex, Manganese Amino Acid Complex, Copper Amino Acid Complex), Taurine, Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid).

Nutritional Analysis


Dry Food

Our Kittens have access to ADVANCE™ Kitten Growth Dry Cat Food Chicken and Rice which is for ages 8wks to 1 year. Then as Adults, they have access to ADVANCE™ Adult Dry Cat Food Chicken with Rice.

Nutrional Analysis (Kitten Growth)

Occasional Food

Once a week, our cats are given Sardines (in sprinwater). They are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and vitamin B-12, that are great for your Bengal's immune system.

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